Today at SXSW 2015, MixRadio announced that it’s launching a beta of its free music streaming service for iOS and Android. Watch our exclusive video interview with MixRadio evangelist Dean Pattrick.
MixRadio was originally a Nokia product which was inherited by Microsoft and was only available on the company’s Lumia devices — until now. Late last year, Microsoft sold MixRadio to popular messaging service Line and the transfer was completed today.
Thanks to its frictionless “one button” user experience and support for offline music caching, MixRadio quickly grew popular among Windows Phone users, so it only makes sense for the streaming service to expand to iOS and Android.